Yesterday we have reported that Google announced its iTunes killer, cloud based Music storing service with name of “Music” which is currently in beta and this time is only available on invitation and for just U.S users. This service will allows you to upload your music library, more than 20,000 songs to Google’s Music and access it from everywhere except iOS devices. Its means you can access this service from Computer and Android devices only but now thanks to devs and sharp minded people who always share tips to access the those which was not accessible.
Thanks to clever minded people around the web who discovered the way through you can access Google Music on your iOS device, means iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. But the way they found is not smooth, and will not provide you all things which we’re available for android users.
How To: Access and Get Google Music Beta On Your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch
- Get your hands on a Music Beta invite by requesting one at music.google.com/music
- Point Mobile Safari at the same webpage and sign in using your Google account.
- Now, tapping a song will make it play in the iOS QuickTime player as usual. When scrolling through your music (using two fingers) remember to be patient – there’s a lot going on!
- Use the navigation bar at the bottom of the screen for Play, Skip and Shuffle buttons.
- One thing people may miss – you can use Music Beta to listen to music in the background too. Just press the home button, then double-tap it to open the multitasking tray. Swipe to the audio controls on the left and hit play. Voila,streaming music.
Thanks to CNET for the dashing tutorial